Mayday Parade have announced some new tour dates.
I’ll be the first to admit that I am very, very late to the Mayday Parade bandwagon. Mayday Parade are a band that I would recognize on Warped Tour and the Punk Goes-compilations, tour announcements with other pop-punk bands that I enjoy, and now the new excitement of being inked to a label that truly is passionate about the artists they sign. Rise Records are getting a great piece of music to market from the Tallahassee, Florida quintet.
Before the release of Sunnyland, the group released the well-received Black Lines. As a casual fan of the group, I found the change in styles refreshing, rather than hindering what I always felt the group was capable of making: a solid rock album with killer hooks from start to finish.
Mayday Parade have announced a 10-year anniversary tour for A Lesson In Romantics. Tour dates can be found below.
“We are stoked to celebrate our 10th anniversary of our debut record A Lesson in Romantics,” guitarist Brooks Betts says. “We want to reminisce on the memory with our fans. Especially with those who have been with us for so many years. In celebration, we are announcing our A Lesson in Romantics tour, we would like to invite you all to share in the experience with us. We will be launching a two and a half month long tour of US and Canada. Hope to see you there!”
Mayday Parade celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the release of their first EP by releasing a new song, “The Problem With the Big Picture Is That It’s Hard to See.”
Mayday Parade have been going strong for over ten years after their humble beginning in Tallahassee, Florida. The band is currently rocking their way across American on the Warped Tour. At the APMAs the band played alongside The Maine, with special guest Stephan Jenkins. I spoke briefly with the band about their success in this red carpet interview.